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Quintin Knight Marist TE/ATH Class of 2021 6'4 204
Quintin Knight how was your 2018 season?
It was very productive as I got a chance to play everywhere as a tight end from on the line to in the bad field and out wide I had multiple opportunities to go out and make plays in big time situations
What should college coaches know about you?
They should know that I love to compete in the weight room and on the field and I will always put my best effort for the team. I’m a good team player and always do what’s best for the team, and get it done in the classroom
What are couple things you plan on improving in your game during the offseason?
Getting stronger, faster, improving my blocking, and sharpening my route running
What position of you feel most comfortable in?
I feel that tight end is what I was meant to play. I love blocking and catching
What does football mean to you?
Football is the biggest passion I have and I will stay with it long after my playing days are over. It also has a great family feel when you play with the guys you do and build relationships with them it’s a great thing to do and football gives that opportunity.
What do you think is your strongest skill in football?
Being able to use my height and go up and get the ball
How does this Marist squad look for 2019?
We are definitely state championship contenders with the work we are putting in during the offseason and I can tell we will have a historic season no doubt
What goal do you have for yourself this season?
I would like to be a reliable target in any situation for my team. Also I would like to be one of the top tight ends in high school
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